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Proclamation
of 1763

Sugar Act

Stamp Act
Townshend
Act
Boston
Massacre

Boston Tea
Party
Intolerable
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French and Indian War
1750 – France and Great Britain were
the two most powerful European nations
east of the Mississippi ...
French and Indian War
The American colonists, along with the
British fought against the French and their
Native American a...
Land divisions prior to war.
Land division after the war
Effects of the war on
Georgia
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Initially the war had beneficial effects on the
Georgia colony.
Georgia territory...
Proclamation of 1763
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Colonist
Response

The Proclamation of
1763, signed by King George III
of England, prohibited a...
Response of Proclamation of
1763
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Colonists resented not
being able to settle west
of the Proclamation
line, especial...
Sugar Act of 1765
•The Sugar Act was passed by
Parliament to pay for the war debt
brought on by the French and
Indian War ...
Stamp Act of 1765


In March, the Stamp Act
was passed by Parliament
imposing the first direct tax
on the American
coloni...
Stamp Act of 1765


Under the Stamp
Act, all printed
materials were
taxed, including:
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newspapers
pamphlets...
Response to the Stamp
Act
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The American
colonists quickly
united in opposition,
led by the most
influential segments
of ...
Response to the Stamp Act
Colonists engaged in boycotts (refusing the
buy British products).
 Sons of Liberty, (called li...
Sons of Liberty
Liberty Poles
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What is an effigy?
Townshend Acts
In 1767, The English Parliament passed
the Townshend Revenue Acts, imposing
a new series of taxes on the co...
On the evening of December 16, 1773, a
group of men calling themselves the
"Sons of Liberty" went to the Boston
Harbor. Th...
Boston Tea Party


The Boston Tea
Party was a direct
response from
colonists who
opposed a tax on
tea which was taxed
by ...
Intolerable Acts


The Intolerable Acts (or Coercive Acts)
were a series of laws sponsored by
British Prime Minister Lord...
Boston Port Act
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Closed the port of Boston in 1774 until
the price of the dumped tea was
recovered, moved the capital of...
Quartering Act
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Allowed royal troops to stay in houses or
empty buildings if barracks were not
available

Intolerable
Ac...
Quebec Act


Granted civil government and religious
freedom to Catholics living in Quebec

Intolerable
Acts
Massachusetts Regulating
Act
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Made all law officers subject to
appointment by the royal governor and
banned all town mee...
Impartial Administration of
Justice Act


Allowed the royal governor of a colony
to move trials to other colonies or even...
Response to the Intolerable
Acts
These were by far the harshest of the
acts passed. Those living in Boston and
Massachuset...
Declaration of
Independence
In April 1775, Colonists and “redcoats”
(nickname given to the British Soldiers)
fired the fir...
Declaration of
Independence
Georgia hesitantly sent three delegates
to the second continental congress.
 The three Georgi...
Georgia Delegates
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Lyman Hall

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Button Gwinnett

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George Walton
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Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 1:
This document prohibited any English
settlement west of the Appalachian mo...
Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 2:
Which two colonial powers fought one another for
control of North America ...
Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 3:
What was significant about Lyman Hall, Button
Gwinnett, and George Walton?...
Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 4:
Who signed the Proclamation of 1763 into law?
A) Lord Townshend
B) English...
Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 5:
What was the British response to the Boston
Tea Party?
A) The Intolerable ...
Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 6:
What do many of the British Acts have in common?
A) They tax American colo...
Causes for American Revolution Quiz
Question 7:
What were the colonists protesting at the
Boston Tea Party?
A) Tea from th...
Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 8:
What items were taxed under the Stamp Act?
A) All printed materials
B) New...
Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 9:
Which act was the first direct act passed which
required colonists to pay ...
Causes for American
Revolution Quiz
Question 10:
This act required colonists to house and feed
soldiers?

A) Quartering Ac...
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Core Content Standards
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S.S.-0805.2.2
 Students will explain and give examples of

how the ideals of equality and perso...
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  1. 1. Proclamation of 1763 Sugar Act Stamp Act Townshend Act Boston Massacre Boston Tea Party Intolerable Acts Quiz Standards
  2. 2. French and Indian War 1750 – France and Great Britain were the two most powerful European nations east of the Mississippi river.  Unfortunately these two countries hated each other!  By 1754 the tensions between these two countries resulted in the French and Indian War (aka Seven Years War). 
  3. 3. French and Indian War The American colonists, along with the British fought against the French and their Native American allies.  After years of fighting, the French lost the war and signed the Treaty of Paris 1763 officially ending the war.  This document stated that the French would give up all its land in Canada and east of the Mississippi river.  Britain also gained Florida from the Spanish. 
  4. 4. Land divisions prior to war.
  5. 5. Land division after the war
  6. 6. Effects of the war on Georgia     Initially the war had beneficial effects on the Georgia colony. Georgia territory grew, stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River. Since Great Britain received Florida from Spain, Georgia no longer had to worry about a Spanish threat from Florida in the south. Yet the French and Indian War did leave Great Britain in a great amount of debt. Great Britain believed the colonists should help pay for the war debt. This debt would lead to tensions between the colonies and Great Britain.
  7. 7. Proclamation of 1763   Colonist Response The Proclamation of 1763, signed by King George III of England, prohibited any English settlement west of the Appalachian mountains. It required those already settled in those regions to return east in an attempt to ease tensions with Native Americans.
  8. 8. Response of Proclamation of 1763   Colonists resented not being able to settle west of the Proclamation line, especially in places like the Ohio Valley With the French removed, they believed it their right to settle in the acquired land. Click picture to read the Real Proclamation!! Watch out it’s wordy!
  9. 9. Sugar Act of 1765 •The Sugar Act was passed by Parliament to pay for the war debt brought on by the French and Indian War and to help pay for the expenses of running the colonies and newly acquired territories. •This act increased the duties on imported sugar and other items such as textiles, coffee, wines and indigo (dye).
  10. 10. Stamp Act of 1765  In March, the Stamp Act was passed by Parliament imposing the first direct tax on the American colonies, to offset the high costs of the British military organization in America. Thus for the first time in the 150 year old history of the British colonies in America, the Americans will pay taxes not to their own local legislatures in America, but directly to England. Next Page.
  11. 11. Stamp Act of 1765  Under the Stamp Act, all printed materials were taxed, including:        newspapers pamphlets bills legal documents licenses almanacs dice and playing cards. Colonist Response
  12. 12. Response to the Stamp Act  The American colonists quickly united in opposition, led by the most influential segments of colonial society lawyers, publishers, land owners, ship builders and merchants - who were most affected by the Act.
  13. 13. Response to the Stamp Act Colonists engaged in boycotts (refusing the buy British products).  Sons of Liberty, (called liberty boys in GA) were established in several of the colonies (including Georgia) used violent tactics to ensure that no one bought any of the stamps and everyone stuck to the boycott.  Do to the boycotts, England and their Parliament were forced to repeal (cancel) the Stamp Act. 
  14. 14. Sons of Liberty
  15. 15. Liberty Poles  What is an effigy?
  16. 16. Townshend Acts In 1767, The English Parliament passed the Townshend Revenue Acts, imposing a new series of taxes on the colonists to pay for the costs of administering and protecting the American colonies. Items taxed included imports such as paper, tea, glass, lead and paints.  The Act also established a colonial board of customs commissioners in Boston.  Colonist Response
  17. 17. On the evening of December 16, 1773, a group of men calling themselves the "Sons of Liberty" went to the Boston Harbor. The men were dressed as Mohawk Indians. They boarded three British ships, the Beaver, the Eleanor and the Dartmouth, and dumped forty-five tons of tea into the Boston Harbor. Colonist Response
  18. 18. Boston Tea Party  The Boston Tea Party was a direct response from colonists who opposed a tax on tea which was taxed by someone other than their own representatives.
  19. 19. Intolerable Acts  The Intolerable Acts (or Coercive Acts) were a series of laws sponsored by British Prime Minister Lord North and enacted in 1774 in response to the Boston Tea Party. The laws were these:      Boston Port Act Quartering Act Quebec Act Massachusetts Bay Regulating Act Impartial Administration of Justice Act Colonist Response
  20. 20. Boston Port Act  Closed the port of Boston in 1774 until the price of the dumped tea was recovered, moved the capital of Massachusetts to Salem, and made Marblehead the official port of entry for the Massachusetts colony Intolerable Acts
  21. 21. Quartering Act  Allowed royal troops to stay in houses or empty buildings if barracks were not available Intolerable Acts
  22. 22. Quebec Act  Granted civil government and religious freedom to Catholics living in Quebec Intolerable Acts
  23. 23. Massachusetts Regulating Act  Made all law officers subject to appointment by the royal governor and banned all town meetings that didn't have approval of the royal governor Intolerable Acts
  24. 24. Impartial Administration of Justice Act  Allowed the royal governor of a colony to move trials to other colonies or even to England if he feared that juries in those colonies wouldn't judge a case fairly Intolerable Acts
  25. 25. Response to the Intolerable Acts These were by far the harshest of the acts passed. Those living in Boston and Massachusetts would lose money from the Boston Port Act, be forced to provide housing to soldiers through the Quartering Act, and be denied some of the same freedoms other colonists received through the Quebec Act.  The colonists called for a convention. 
  26. 26. Declaration of Independence In April 1775, Colonists and “redcoats” (nickname given to the British Soldiers) fired the first shots of the American Revolution at Lexington and Concord.  Resulted in the colonists establishing the second continental congress. During their meeting they had Thomas Jefferson draft the Declaration of Independence outlining the colonists reasons for separation from Great Britain. 
  27. 27. Declaration of Independence Georgia hesitantly sent three delegates to the second continental congress.  The three Georgia delegates who signed the Declaration of Independence were… - Lyman Hall – First delegate sent. - Button Gwinnett - George Walton – Youngest delegate to sign. 
  28. 28. Georgia Delegates  Lyman Hall  Button Gwinnett  George Walton
  29. 29. Select A Question: Q. 1 Q. 2 Q. 3 Q. 4 Q. 5 Q. 6 Q. 7 Q. 8 Q. 9 Q. 10
  30. 30. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 1: This document prohibited any English settlement west of the Appalachian mountains. A) The Intolerable Acts B) The Proclamation of 1763 C)The Townshend Acts D) The Declaratory Act Back to Quiz Main Page
  31. 31. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 2: Which two colonial powers fought one another for control of North America during the French and Indian War? A) France and Spain B) England and Spain C)England and France D)England and Great Britain Back to Quiz Main Page
  32. 32. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 3: What was significant about Lyman Hall, Button Gwinnett, and George Walton? A) They each represented Georgia at the Stamp Act Congress B) They each represented Georgia at the First Continental Congress C) They each signed the Declaration of Independence on behalf of Georgia D) They each went to Philadelphia as unofficial representatives to the Second Continental Congress Back to Quiz Main Page
  33. 33. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 4: Who signed the Proclamation of 1763 into law? A) Lord Townshend B) English Parliament C)King George III D)Lord Grenville Back to Quiz Main Page
  34. 34. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 5: What was the British response to the Boston Tea Party? A) The Intolerable Acts B) The Stamp Act C)The Townshend Acts D)The Proclamation of 1763 Back to Quiz Main Page
  35. 35. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 6: What do many of the British Acts have in common? A) They tax American colonists. B) They take away colonists’ freedoms. C)They seek to pay for costs related to paying for the French and Indian War. D)All are correct. Back to Quiz Main Page
  36. 36. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 7: What were the colonists protesting at the Boston Tea Party? A) Tea from the East Indies B) Unfair price increase on tea C)Tea which was taxed D)Tea which was taxed by someone other than the colonists’ representatives Back to Quiz Main Page
  37. 37. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 8: What items were taxed under the Stamp Act? A) All printed materials B) Newspapers and pamphlets C)Newspapers only D)Letters only Back to Quiz Main Page
  38. 38. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 9: Which act was the first direct act passed which required colonists to pay tax to someone other than their own legislatures? A) Quartering Act B) Coercive Act C)Sugar Act D)Stamp Act Back to Quiz Main Page
  39. 39. Causes for American Revolution Quiz Question 10: This act required colonists to house and feed soldiers? A) Quartering Act B) Townshend Act C)Intolerable Act D)Sugar Act Back to Quiz Main Page
  40. 40. Continue to the Next Question Back to Quiz Main Page
  41. 41. Re-read the material and a select a new answer. Back to Quiz Main Page
  42. 42. Core Content Standards  S.S.-0805.2.2  Students will explain and give examples of how the ideals of equality and personal liberty (rise of individual rights, economic freedom, religious diversity) that developed during the colonial period, were motivations for the American Revolution and proved instrumental in the development of a new nation.
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